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Sunday, March 8, 2009

Decal for your car...


I don't know if all of you know~ I can make vinyl decals and lettering. I designed this butterfly Organ Donor awareness decal. If you would like one please let me know the money from the sales of these will go towards my medical expenses and traveling back and forth to Pittsburgh. I will be making other designs available and can design something to fit you personally! My Donor is my life saving HERO....there's many of us who feel the same way! The cost is $10.00 including shipping! I can change the color scheme also if you want! I will be working on a CF one and like I said others...check my blog.
I will post them as I get them done!

I actually have a really cute "jamiebug" design, but I have to figure out how to get it into a format my vinyl cutter will recognize~ This is the design....Like I said it's a 'rough draft' I am working on it!
Thanks!!
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4 comments:

Scott said...

Hey there, I manage outreach for Donate Life Illinois. Just wanted to stop by and let you know that's a really awesome decal, well done!

-Scott

Kolekona said...

Hi Jamie...

See if this works for you -- Donate-For-Life Organ Donor Program will be redesigning our website soon, and we'd like to feature your decal as a point of sale for you. Click and it and it'll go to your Blog or Order Form, so all the money goes to you. Will that help?

Go to the website - www.donate-for-life.com - and respond with a yes.

Continued Good Luck,
Gordie

Hanging out with the Riley's said...

Ja I want one~ of course....I will put it on my car if my man will let me....lol~ it would have to be classy looking like maybe gold or silver or something like that but I would love to have one to put up somewhere.

Miss Crystal said...

Hi Jamie. Phil talked to you earlier today about posting your story on a blog. I just wanted to give you the link to the post. It was actually my blog that it was posted on. You are one strong lady! Best of luck and I really like your decal. I will spread the word every way I can.

http://adayinthelifeofcrystal.blogspot.com/2009/03/meet-jamie-and-help.html

Thanks!

Crystal

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